The Blue Light Project is a mobile media narrative. Composed to challenge conventional perceptions of security, the project guides participants through the campus using emergency phone towers as landmarks to discover who among their friends accused them of cocaine possession. With an immersive narrative written by Kirsten Petersen and Page Schumacher, a dynamic route mapped by Nicole Anderson and Allison Gray, and an interactive web interface coded by Kevin Diep, Tyler Lundfelt, and Dylan Symington, The Blue Light Project compels participants to reevaluate the certainty of personal safety and prized friendships.
(Source: Description from the Electronic Literature Exhibition catalogue)
Note: This work was featured in the 2012 Electronic Literature Exhibition on the computer station featuring Future Writers--Electronic Literature by Undergraduates from U.S. Universities--Mobile Works